Costs and Health Reform Directory
Understand the law's impact on costs and financial aid.
Choosing a Hospital
There is a difference in the quality of care from one hospital to another. Here's what you need to know to make the best choice.
Health Quackery: Spotting Health Scams
When it comes to health care, there is still plenty of truth to the old saying, "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!"
Prescription Drug Costs and Health Reform: FAQ
How will health insurance changes affect prescription drug costs? WebMD provides information about health plans and drug costs, FSAs, assistance programs, and more.
Your Insurance Choices in a Marketplace: FAQ
WebMD answers questions about insurance options in a state's Marketplace, including an explanation of bronze, silver, gold, and platinum plans.
Prescription Discount Cards Latest Medicare Reform Tactic
President George W. Bush is expected to announce a discount card plan as an immediate way of keeping prescription drug prices down for seniors.
Cleaning up the System
A look at the ignorance of residents (trainees) and practicing physicians regarding guidelines concerning their contacts with drug companies.
Why Washington Isn't Solving Our Health Care Woes
I predicted at the start of the year that Congress would not enact any significant health care legislation this year. While there is still time for Congress to prove me wrong, I think my prediction will hold up.
Save for a Rainy Medical Day
Medical Savings Accounts an Alternative to Managed Care -- for Some
What Is an Allowable Amount?
Copays, deductibles, and other health care expenses can be confusing, so what is an allowable amount?
What Is an Insurance Cap?
When it comes to health insurance, it's important to know what an insurance cap is and if you have one.
What do you do if you still can’t afford health insurance?
Rising Insurance Costs
Is the new law to blame for rising costs of employer insurance?